Physique Development Podcast / Deep Dive — Post-Show Weight Gain | PD Podcast Ep.31

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Episode notes

Today's episode is a deep dive on all things post-show and improvement season. Post-show refers to the time spent raising calories and weight after a bodybuilding competition. Also, Sue and Alex share something big happening in their lives.

As always, it is our goal not only to supply you, the listener, with valuable insights on the topics or questions but also to plant some seeds for further research and thought. Without further ado, let’s get into today’s episode.

Timestamps & Questions:

(0:00) Intro & Housekeeping

(6:40) What Is A Contest Prep & Why Is Post-Show Such A Difficult Time?

(9:10) What Do You Do If You Have An Immediate Gain Or Gain Too Much Post-Show?

(14:05) How Much/At What Rate Should You Gain Weight Post-Show?

(22:52) How Long Should An Improvement Season Be?

(29:03) Tips & Considerations For Shifting Your Mentality Post-Prep

(34:27) The Importance Of Having A Plan Before Post-Show Begins

(45:26) Hormonal Shifts & Dealing With Hunger Post-Show

(50:42) Wrap-Up

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